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, you know. and i need a brush-up, a lesson. that was 25 years ago, raymond. so? we-- we pick up right where we left off. come on. look at this. see, i sit here, you sit there. remember? i remember. so? come on, it's still good. still nice. remember nice? no yelling... we break later for a chocolate milk, butter cookies... you're serious? yeah. yes, yes. i want to do this, ma. ma? i knew you'd come back. ohh. get up, get up. we were working on this piece. you kept my music? we don't throw out music. you got what i was wearing in there? i think it was bell-bottoms and a vest with fringes. oh, raymond, i'm so happy. what's all this? oh, robbie. your brother's returned to music. oh? you can never turn your back on your talent. ahem, yeah, you know, i was thinking of, uh, taking up the drums again. just got to scoop the kitty litter out of the bass drum. oh, that's silly, robbie. you're a policeman. i'm a sergeant. come on, shamsky. let's go scratch. remember this one? you almost had it down. "theme from love story." see? and your posture's still very good. leaning in. sitting up's for the
, it's my turn. oh, this question. this question's for raymond. "someone has taken your umbrella out of the cloakroom. "it's a rainy day, and there's another one sitting there. do you take it?" no. no. no, i would not take someone's umbrella, no. i wish to challenge you. "challenge"? yeah, that's right, "challenge." it's right here in the rules-- oh, that's right, you didn't want to hear the rules. challenge. i get 20 seconds to convince everybody that you're not telling the truth and then you get 20 seconds to lie some more and... then we vote. why would i lie? ha! why would you lie? i recall a rainy day. 1967.... i was on my way to school, and mom yelled, "robbie, don't forget your rubber boots." but those boots were nowhere to be found. you know why, raymond? i didn't touch your boots. when i showed up to school, the kids called me "sas-quish." because of your thievery, i was humiliated. victimized. i vowed that from that day forward, i would do whatever i had to do to fight crime. and so, today, i am a police officer. ok. now you have 20 seconds. go! i--i did not take your rubber
into the world, she married raymond parks. >> marcus garvey was? >> he headed the universal negro improvement association. he was a pan africanist and a proponent of black nationalism, black pride. her father was a supporter. she meets her husband raymond parks. he is working on the scottsboro case. these are nine young men ages 12 to 19 who get arrested riding the rails. this is the great depression. quickly, the charge turns to rape, and all are sentenced to death, except the youngest one. >> these are black teenagers and when young women? >> basically, these young boys are riding the train even when they get arrested, it is discover that there are two young women running the train. that is when these nine young men -- the charge then turns to rate. they were not originally charged with rape. this support defense committee grows to defend these nine young men paid raymond parks is part of that movement. he is sort of the first activists that she met. her political development starts would be in a newly wed with raymond and working on the scottsboro case. >> what happens to the boys? >> ulti
and fell in love with raymond parks in 1931, the first real activist i ever met, she says. when they married, raymond parks was working to free the nine scottsboro boys, nine young men ages 12-1-9d who -- 19 who had been caught riding the rails, riding the trains as many people did during the great depression. two white women had been found on that train, and that charge quickly turned to rape, and they were quickly charged and sentenced to death. raymond and a group of people, of local people sort of became the ground work for a kind of free and defend the scottsboro boys. and rosa joined raymond in this very dangerous organizing. the meetings were secret. she recalled one late night meeting at her house with guns covering the table and later reflected that she was so scared she forgot to offer any refreshment. in 1943 she saw a picture of johnny carr, a classmate from miss white's, in a photo of the local naacp. realizing the organization was open to women, she decided to attend her first meeting. the only woman there that day, the branch was having elections, and she was elec
pushing me. parks fell in love with raymond parks in 1931, the first real activist i ever met, she said. when they married raymond parks was working to free the nine scottsboro boys, yawing been denying young men ages 12 to 19 who were caught writing a rail and the trains as many people did during the great depression. two young women were found on that train and it charged -- charge and sentenced to death. raiment and a group of local people sort of became the groundwork to defend the scottsboro boys and rose a joint raymond in this very dangerous organizing. the meetings were secret. she recalls one late-night meeting at her house with guns covering the table and later reflected that she was so scared she forgot to offer any refreshments. in 1943 she saw picture of john carr, classmate in a photo of the local naacp. realizing the organization was open to women she decided to attend her first meeting. the only woman there that day, she was selected secretary. she wanted to register to vote. e. nixon, an activist in the union across borders was heading up this effort. there were only 31
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the notice of violation stated. the inspector raymond bayor and apartment without a permit. when we say that we presume there are cooking facilities in that the area. it doesn't say on the notes but he referred to it that way without cooking facilities at that area. that is standard. >> thank you. >> [inaudible] the kitchen non warranted or the whole space non warranted at this point? >> i don't have that information with the violation. it just states on the violation and studio apartment on ground floor and i'm not sure if there are rooms there or not. >> do we have permit history on the property? >> not that i know of and like i said i think the work was done years ago because there was no penalty or violation but it is used for a studio apartment in a two unit building so technically it's illegal third dwelling unit in the apartment. >> okay. according to the violation if they remove the kitchen would that comply with the nov? >> well, i have seen in the past in this situation where you could file a permit to remove the illegal cooking facilities and legalize the rooms on the gro
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strayed to. this is the third time the duplex has been hit with bullets. >>> the family of raymond zack sued the city of alameda for not trying to rescue him. he waded out into the water and family members say he was suicidal. police did not go into the was the he and they said they did not know if he was violent and they were not certified to conduct water rescues. >> the case stems from the november decision ken salazar to not renew the farm lease, they wanted a 10 year extension. >> work officially begins, the construction is expected to provide relief at one of the most congested places. the daily clog should ease by 2015 and it does include bart's light rail extension. >>> it has been closed after they discovered things inside. it connects with the beach park and sea cliff neighborhoods. crews discovered the weakness as they began a tunnel repair project to install a new drainage system and the repairs are expected to take about three months. >> let's go over to sal for a look at traffic, sal? >>> we don't have a lot going on which is nice, we have a lot of people still at home get
pushed me and i didn't want him pushing me. parks met and fell in love with raymond parks in 1931, the first real activist i ever met she says. when they married, raymond parks was working too for the scottsboro boys. dying young man had been caught riding the trains as many people did during the great depression. to why women have been, not trained in the charts quickly turned and they were quickly charged and sentenced to death. raymond and a group of local people became the groundwork to defend the scottsboro boys and rosa joined bremen in this dangerous organizing. the meetings were secret. she recalls one late night meeting at house with guns covering the table and later reflect it she was so scared she forgot to offer any refreshment. .. the with change the course of american history. she tries to three times to vote. a part of the process was a test that the test was administered differently than for white people. on the third time she took it, sure she had passed and she would consider bringing suit if she didn't pass she copied down all the questions and answers, the regi
repeated. >> reporter: when raymond cook got out of the military, he developed most traumatic stress disorder and wanted to commit suicide. four years ago he learned about companions for heroes, a program that led him to his best friend meyer, are who gave him a new lease on life. >> i had been in school, serving in the military. but there was a dark side of me no one could touch. i wouldn't let anyone in. >> reporter: but meyer has been able to breakthrough. companions for heroes matches animals who face death because they don't have a home with veterans, active military and first responders. so far there have been over 140 perfect matches. >> it is the best work i have ever done in my life. it is a compilation of what i have done. what you are doing is saving two lives at once. >> reporter: the adoptions are free and the new owner is able to get financial aid and access to a professional dog train tore make sure the pet's health and behavior are compatible. >> our founder, david sharp, had such a wonderful idea from his own experience to pair veterans and shelter pets for mutual he
. raymond day today for a man accused of killing a famous navy seal author. >> the man accused is a troubled former marine. >> former navy seal chris kyle risk his life on the world's most dangerous battlefield. langhorne kills than any american sniper in history. he was gunned down on saturday at this north texas shooting range. this is where they tried to help troubled warriors reconnect with the world. 825-year-old marine reservist. >> it is my understanding that the suspect may have been suffering from some kind of mental illness from being in the military. i understand he was a marine for four years. >> they found the gun at his home. >> he went to his sister's home and he told his sister and brother in law but he just did. >> he penned a best-selling book, the autobiography of the most lethal sniper in american history. he was larger than life, made for tv. he initially spurned an offer to appear in the nbc reality show "stars earn stripes'." >> this was supposed to highlight the military. >> he was named for taking lives in war. he was dedicated to making life better for others until
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in canada and under another name. >> he was wanted in canada under the name of raymond williams stuart for 1973 incident when he kidnapped and sexually assaulted two juveniles. >> he died in san francisco 2008 of natural causes. last week investigators dug up the home in the garage where he lived in 1984 and they say small bone fragments found there appear to be those of animals. semi- cold case investigators say they're leaving this information on how they get new leads in the case. that is something that could bring closure to kevin collins family that watch today's please press conference. only on two, live tonight in hayward where we spoke to kevin's mother shortly afterward. mike westmark >> reporter: and collins said there where thousands of leads back in 1984 and inspectors to the best they could and when she said they showed her the picture of the person of interest she said anger that we haven't felt since began to resurface again. >> the guy got away with murder. and they have never had to face a court of law and almost anything that he did apparently. and and collins says sh
of alameda. the tragic incident on memorial day made national news. raymond zach died on an alameda beach as rescue teams watched on shore. police and firefighters say they failed to help the suicidal man because they were not certified in walter rescues. a lawyer calls it a tragic situation. >>> we have seen wild car races in the movies but now oakland police are trying to stop real life street racers that are trying to make their own movies of dangerous stunts. there are dozens of videos like this posted online where amateur street racers openingly roar down public roads in the bay area. their cars are going more than 100 miles an hour. sometimes in the middle of the day. we spoke to one drag racer who did not want to show his face. >> i just want to be the fastest out there. i bring my car out once or twice a week. >> we believe it has increased. it is coming back. people can if not be injured but killed. >> oakland police say it's time to crack down on the dangerous drag racers. they are considering several moves including speed bumps. >>> time now 4:55. definitely not a good day to b
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: this is dr. raymond severt of santa rosa orthapedics. a man facing one felony and two misdemeanor sex charges involving a minor. >> it is shocking it feels like somebody punched to in the gut. >> patients like susan hornstein couldn?t believe the news about dr. severt who has treated her on occasion. >> he is a really nice guy he takes his time. and professionally, he is very good. >> reporter: those with novato police say it appears dr. severt met this 13 year old girl in a chat room. explicit text messages were sent but family members of the girl found those messages. when the doctor went to meet the girl near this intersection in novato, 27 miles from his office, police were waiting. dr. severt is not only a hand surgeon here but he?s also a partner of the office. i asked hornstein if she?ll be back to get treatment. >> i do not know. it is too fresh, to new my heart goes out to the family. and the practice. i hope this is not true. but hope is not make reality. >> reporter: those here at santa rosa orthapedics would not talk about the matter and some working here became enraged when i sta
. >> next speaker, please. >> good morning commissioners, my name is raymond ponce and i have been a track and field coach in san francisco for the past 46 years. i want to second what mr. christensen told just told you and remind you who the primary users of the track are there. we have the elementary schools and middle schools, 22. we have ten high schools. we have the private and parochial schools. what we were asking and what mr. christensen brought up, if this is taken care of now, we may prevent any injuries down the line as the track continues to deteriorate. if it's attended to now, we are saving ourselves that problem down the road. please, if i take a little time and i'm sure you have all passed keizer, you will see there is always somebody there and especially as was just brought up the recreation department has their summer camps and over the years how many thousands of children have participated? so thank you. >> thank you? >> next speaker. >> i'm the president of the kezar stadium advisory committee. we're a group of citizens representing groups that have been meeting for
. first it's foster then raymond. santa clara hit 10 threes on the afternoon. broncos up 7 in the second half. foster finds mark down low for the two hand flush. mark trasolini with the flush, 17 for him. foster with a game-high 20. santa clara 20-9 now 8-6 in conference play. >>> cal squeaked by oregon state. cobb with 18 points as cal's fifth straight win as they improve to 10-5 in pac-12 play. >>> upset of the day, wake forest to number 2 miami, harris with the three in transition, more wake in the second half. off the steal, cody miller macintyre home free for the dunk. and when you upset a top team, you have to storm the court and they do. the deamon deacons upset number 2 miami, 80-65. >>> match play championship round three from the chilly arizona desert. graeme mcdowell trying to get it on the green. yikes! bet he wishes he had that one back. he would lose the hole and match to jason day. it was a good day for hunter mahan who sinks the putt. the birdie beats simpson. poulter and kutcher remain. >>> sf state down one with fou
. >> praise the lord, supervisors. i live off 6th and howard. i live at the raymond hotel, which is a senior building. i sat on the board for many years and i felt like i have been lied to, because i have fought for a lot of businesses to come into the south of market and you were supposed to be building for low-income families and it's going to be a 9-story building and only 54 units will be affordable housing. i asked them if there were discounts for low-income people? i can't afford those burgers, but i voted for them to be there. you guys are not investing in the people. the people. the ground, you know we have some wonderful kids in our neighborhood and every year they have to come in here and fight
inbounds pass is stolen by raymond felton warriors lose final: 109-105 knicks stanford probably needs to win out for a shot at the ncaa tournament 2.4 seconds left colorado up 2 josh powell gets the inbounds drives and dunks it but after the buzzer sounds check out the replay the ball clearly in powell's hand when the red light turns on johnny dawkins likely nit- bound again final: 65-63 colorado randy bennett going for win number 25 on the season matthew dellavedova hits the three-pointer gaels rolling early and all the way final: 87-48 st. mary's >> the 49ers and the chiefs t. he will go to kansas city for a second round draft choice. next year, coach jim harbaugh, no question. he helped them become a good quarterback. and kaepernick is the man. he will get a fresh start. there will not officially announce this until march 12th. we have our fingerprints on a twitter. terrell, the all pro from the baltimore ravens was on the radio show. talking about a movie that he is promoting. we kept pushing him and he started admitting that anthony smith. was.. he found out about it and nonethel
lincoln. raymond massey portrayed in illinois. this is true. yeah. i would argue, however that the actor who really got inside lincoln's head was john wilkes booth. 150 years and it's still too soon. >> wow. that's probably 150 years and too soon for that joke. >>> the theme last night was the music. "les miserables" the whole cast performed songs from the film and jennifer hudson sang a flawless version of one of the hits. there's ted. the talking stuffed bear from seth's film presented a war. daniel day-lewis making history, becoming the first actor to win the best actor three times. in addition to his win for portraying lincoln, he won in 1990 and in 2008. after such a serious role in "lincoln" his speech was surprisingly funny. >> this is a strange thing. three years ago, um, before we decided to do a straight swap, i had actually committed to play margaret thatcher. um -- [ laughter ] >> and meryl was -- was steven's first choice for lincoln. i would like to see that version. >> ben affleck's speech last night was another one of our favorites while accepting argo's win for best pict
lasalle. first half action. lasalle got off to a great start off the steal. to raymond will go owe way fgal. gw came back after being down. armwood is spotting up the key. he has the three ball working for him. colonials within six. d.j. peterson, he's got an answer. a three of his own right here. leaving him open. lasalle goes on to top gw 80-71. we also have an au score for you. over lafayette, 68-64 is the final there. we'll show you full maryland highlights later. also want to tell that you dan is in new orleans and trying to get rg-3 on camera for the first time since the surgery. he did say, no doubt i'll be back by the first game. >> confident. >> hopefully we'll have him on camera for you at 11:00. that is a tease, right? >> yes, ma'am. all right. >> thank you. >> i was going to catch up to him. >> that's the news for now. "nightly news" is next. we'll be back here for
of the agenda. >>> bowing is proposing fixes to the battery problems plaguing the dreamliner jets. raymond conner is meeting with faa official and the planes have been grounded since the problems began. >>> chat with nasa astronauts today. they are take part in a google hangout and this is part of the social media where followers can ask questions to astronauts on the ground or in space. >>> french investigators areexpected to hand in the conclusions as to how horse meat made its way into meals in europe. the scannedda started when the tests came out -- scandal started when the tests came out of ireland that the beef products contains horse meat. >>> this marks the hundredth year of the women's sufficient raj -- sufferage march. they will march from the rotunda to the house chambers. >>> hundreds of the best artists are in baltimore and being buy their creations or browse or get inspired. sherrie johnson is doing all throw. and i saw her in new clothes shopping for who knows what. she is live at the convention center. nothing is opened right now but i think you will come back with giant ba
in the case today. >> when 53-year-o raymond zack wandered neck high into the frigid water off alameda crown breach onlookers wondered why police and firefighters stood by as the man succumbed to hypothermia and drowned. >> california by law has created a series of privileges for police fire nishtion court today the attorney for alameda said it was not their duty to prevent zack from committing suicide. >> law specifically says the officers are immune for their actions unless they go in and make the situation worse. >>reporter: but attorneys for zack brother robert zack who is suing alameda say the fire department did make the situation worse. >> they cleared the beach. they stopped people from communicate with zack. stopped people from walking out to try to establish contact and talk to him. to reassure and insist him in. instead they stood there and did nothing and watched him slowly die. >>reporter: also another reason why the fire department watched zack drown. budget constraint kept them from being recertified to carry out ocean rescue. even refused to retrieve his body from the
, chief investment strategist and managing director with raymond james. and jeff, i want to ask you, bigger picture, in a week from now we could see $85 billion in automatic spending cuts. actually, let's break in now. hold that thought, jeff. we'll break in with what the president said moments ago. >> that, these kinds of arbitrary, automatic cuts would have an adverse impact on families, on teachers, on parents who are reliant on head start programs, on our military readiness, on mental health services, on medical research. this is not a smart way for to us reduce the deficit. i've also been very clear that there is an alternative which is for us to take the kind of balanced approach that i presented, where we have more strategic cuts on programs we don't need and we close some tax loopholes that are taken advantage of only by the well-connected and the well-off. by the way that is what the majority of the american people prefer. so i will continue to have conversations with members of congress both while they're gone and when they get back next week. my hope is that we can see a
, hurding the dow. the dow is off 124 points at this hour. raymond james chief investment strategist jeff saut says the market is absolutely overbought. tracy: you've been talking about how europe is many coming back to haunt us. chinese hackers infiltrating companies. one ceos says not if companies will be hacked but when. martin resch is here. ashley: state prosecutors filing civil charges against standard & poor's rating unit alleging wrongdoing in rating financial bonds before the financial crisis. mcgraw-hill dropping on that rao's news. tracy: dow is down 125 points, nicole. >> we are under pressure here, tracy and ashley. a different picture than when we saw dow 14,000. we saw five-year highs. october 2007. today a different story. we're pulling back. the dollar is strong. concerns about europe and concerns about some of our economic news that came in a little lighter than expected for factory orders, for example. we are seeing the majority of the dow components lower. drug stocks, retail stocks, bank stocks, oil, transports all lower. oil services are all lower today. look at a tr
by male prostitutes. the povatican denies it. out front, barbie from rome, and raymond arroyo. really appreciate both of your taking the time. barbie, let me start with you. you're in rome tonight. i'm assuming the leaks are coming from inside the vatican, but why? what are they hoping to get from this? >> you know, this really is about the next conclave. and all this bad news that comes out, it works very much against the insiders who are in charge of the vatican right now. the hierarchy of the vatican is run by the italians and europeans. they were very much in place under pope benedict xvi when he was cardinal joseph ratzinger. maybe it's time for someone outside of rome, who is not engrained in this culture, mabe it's time from someone from a developing nation, someone else to clean house. >> raymond, a former catholic friar in england spoke to christia christiane amanpour, and what he said, it really stuck with me. i wanted to play it for you. his name is mark dowd. >> homosexuality is the ticking time bomb in the catholic church. on the one hand, the church teaches that the cond
the changes mean? raymond is "outfront" tonight. it's the pomp and circumstance that can be so fascinating. i notice some people may say these changes are insignificant, color of the shoes, whatever, guys, but that's really significant, right? the red shoes? >> absolutely. look, everything in the catholic church particularly the things we are going to see together over the next couple of weeks, they all mean something and they're all tied to history. those red shoes go back hundreds of years. what they symbolize is the willingness to bleed, to suffer martyrdom for the church, for the gospel. that's what that represents. it is a prerogative of the pope to wear that alone, no one else in the church may wear those red shoes. so when benedict is no longer the pope, he has to give up the shoes but remember, john paul ii wore the red shoes for a couple weeks early on in his pontificate, then wore brown ones. the pope can really do what he wants. he's the supreme pontiff, the supreme ruler of the church and he kind of can make the rules himself and benedict made these himself today. >> interesting.
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. knicks by 20. then, felton, raymond felton, to tyson chandler. wow. great performance for him. knicks up by 22. who says carmelo and amar'e can't play together? finishing, one dishes to the other. still, an 18-point game. out of reach for the pistons all game long. felton/chandler again. knicks win by 14 in new york city. >>> and that is your "sportscenter" update. i'm zubin mehenti. have a good morning. >>> it turned out to be a very lucky fishing trip for one arkansas couple. take a listen to this. david and terry weaver stopped to buy a lottery ticket in little rock. they stopped at the same store and bought another ticket. the first ticket turned out to be a $1 million winner. the second one netted them $50,000. wow. >> amen. luck on your side like that, can't -- hey. >> i guarantee that whole trip, she was going, i don't want to go on this trip. nagging him the whole way there and back. >> bet you're happy now. drive back in your benz. >>> up next, "the pulse." punch line-turned guest. governor chris christie showing david letterman who really deserves the last laugh. >>> and someon
alias when arrested in canada nine years earlier he was wanted in canada under the name raymond williams stewart for a 1973 incident he allegedly kid mapped and sexual assaulted two juvenile autos he was released and fled
.all with different birth years.between 19-47 and 19-56 he went by raymond william stewart. kelly lee dawson. wayne jackson. kelly sean stewart. and finally dan leonard therrien. contact them. if they ever knew anyone who went by one >> san francisco's police chief greg suhr says the kevin collins case has long haunted both him and his department. new tonight at eight. he spoke with kron-4's terisa estacio about the latest developments. toat a news conference just hours ago, police revealed why therrien refered to by authorities as jackson - an alias is the primary suspect in kevin collins disappearance. >> reporter: earlier, the police chief spoke about speaking with the mother. >> you know, initially, her initial response was that of a pause. because obviously, she lost her son. and once she could wrap her head around the fact and we were provided all of this information >> reporter: the father? >> it is my understanding that he is out of the country. >> pam: the police revealed why kevin collins is his residence. and his ownership of a large, black and dog. and his criminal history we are inve
's photo and see if they remember him from 29 years ago. he is a man of many names, wayne jackson, raymond william stewart, tellly leigh dawson, kelly sean stewart and dan leonard therion. >> in 1981 jackson was arrested under the name of wayne jackson in the fisherman's wharf area for kidnapping and lewd acts on a child. >> for the first time san francisco police say jackson had a history of child molestation including the sexual assault of two juveniles in canada. he got out of prison in 1984. it was the same year kevin collins was abducted. using a different name jackson lived one block away from the school. jackson was named a person of interest, but that was all. he died in 2008. fast-forward to 2013 when san francisco police reopened the cold case. the family held their breath. bones dug up in the garage of jackson's house appeared to be animal bones. still collins' family is stunned and police never connected these dots before. >> for the individual with five names that now we know had a history of molesting young boys, it seemed like he should have been a stronger suspect back then
is a man of many names, wayne jackson, raymond william stewart, tellly leigh dawson, kelly sean stewart and dan leonard therion. >> in 1981 jackson was arrested under the name of wayne jackson in the fisherman's wharf area for kidnapping and lewd acts on a child. >> for the first time san francisco police say jackson had a history of child molestation including the sexual assault of two juveniles in canada. he got out of prison in 1984. it was the same year kevin collins was abducted. using a different name jackson lived one block away from the school. jackson was named a person of interest, but that was all. he died in 2008. fast-forward to 2013 when san francisco police reopened the cold case. the family held their breath. bones dug up in the garage of jackson's house appeared to be animal bones. still collins' family is stunned and police never connected these dots before. >> for the individual with five names that now we know had a history of molesting young boys, it seemed like he should have been a stronger suspect back then. >> they said he was a person of interest in 1984. why d
, wayne jackson, raymond william stewart, tellly leigh dawson, kelly sean stewart and dan leonard therion. >> in 1981 jackson was arrested under the name of wayne jackson in the fisherman's wharf area for kidnapping and lewd acts on a child. >> for the first time san francisco police say jackson had a history of child molestation including the sexual assault of two juveniles in canada. he got out of prison in 1984. it was the same year kevin collins was abducted. using a different name jackson lived one block away from the school. jackson was named a person of interest, but that was all. he died in 2008. fast-forward to 2013 when san francisco police reopened the cold case. the family held their breath. bones dug up in the garage of jackson's house appeared to be animal bones. still collins' family is stunned and police never connected these dots before. >> for the individual with five names that now we know had a history of molesting young boys, it seemed like he should have been a stronger suspect back then. >> they said he was a person of interest in 1984. why didn't they connect that
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